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didn't get the memo in phoenix' sky harbor airport. at some sort of bar watching playoff baseball. >> yeah! yeah! yeah! that's what i'm talking about. that's baseball right there, baby. >> he gets excited. everybody else isn't even at close as excited as this guy. the video was taken by a man with an iphone. >> then he goes on to act even more rambunctious. >> that's a [ bleep ]! >> then he goes on a really big rant. >> what the [ bleep ] -- [ bleep ]. >> and just when you think it's over, he's already on his way back. this guy isn't going anywhere. eventually tsa arrives and begins talking to this guy. here come a few other gentlemen. phoenix police officers. >> he also had quite a bit to say to these guys. >> [ bleep ] -- >> the next you see, phoenix p.d. escorting this guy away. we contacted phoenix police don department. then said the guy was arrested. no word whether he got on his flight, but i would say probably no. >> seriously? over a baseball game? >> yeah, go baseball! >> if we chest bump or do something, high five, pound, will you just calm down? because we're all reall
talked about his time in phoenix, but i hope we get back to that because he went out of his way when he moved to phoenix -- >> host: right. >> guest: -- and practiced law after his clerkship to really pick fights with the other side over this. he really wanted to make a strong case because he believed so passionately, um, and was an idealogue, but also idealistic about individual freedoms. and i think that's why he did this. i, i say that he was really an unconscious, this was an unconscious racism. if it was racism, it was unconscious on his part. he was probably -- he couldn't possibly have been aware, so self-aware at that time of how he would be perceived later. clearly, he understands, wow, i was really out there. and then he has another problem because by the time he's nominated in 1971, he's clearly well qualified for this position on the court. he's got some explaining to do about the '60s and the '50s. and it's how he handles that that, i think, is actually as revealing as anything at this point. >> host: okay. so then let's close the loop on that before we go back to the chron
more extreme and he went out of his way to -- we haven't yet talked about his time in phoenix but i hope we get back to that because he went out of his way when he moved to phoenix to practice law after his clerkship to really pick fights with the other side over this. he really wanted to make a strong case because he believes so passionately and was an ideologue but also idealistic about individual freedoms and that is why think he did this. i say that he was really an unconscious -- this was an unconscious racism. if it was racism that was unconscious on his part. he was probably, couldn't possibly be aware, so self-aware at that time of how we would be perceived. later, clearly he understands wow i was really out there and then he has another problem because by the time he is nominated in 1971 he is clearly well-qualified on his position on the court. he has got some explaining to do about the 60's in the 50s and it's how he handles back that i think is actually as revealing as anything at this point. >> host: okay then let's close the loop on that a four week of back to chronolo
to the sea and picking up shell and then crossing back and then moving it up to phoenix and then from phoenix distributing it throughout the rest of the southwest. the first trip i took out there, we hit this mountain range right at the edge of the dunes. and we were carrying, i don't know, on that trip we were maybe carrying 80 or 90 pounds of water and moving it out to the sand and then we'd drop a cache and then go back and get more water and drop a cache. we were trying to get to the sea of cortez, that was one of the things on our mind, but this landscape, it starts turning your mind inward or outward or it gets hard to tell which way it turns it because it's a psychological place. there's no end to your horizons. the sky is infinite, the sand is infinite. it's hard to keep your focus because you are constantly using peripheral vision looking all around you. it doesn't matter which way you walk after a while, you are just wandering. and so on the first trip out there, we didn't get to the sea because we just ended up wandering. it happens out there. you have a plan but the landscape beco
above my game. >>> yesterday was another hot day in southern california, l.a. 91 degrees, phoenix at 93. it's been like summertime through southern california and desert southwest. it continues for one or two more days and then it will cool off. the cool air moved lieu the northern rockies. now it's heading through the middle of the country. not bad yesterday, temperatures in the 60s and 70s. this morning the areas are down in the 30s and 40s. at 43 in medford. most areas in the 40s, but towards spoke cane in the 30s this morning. vegas and l.a., still holding on to the warmth this morning with temperatures in the mid 60s. no stormy weather. so we get a break from our wet weather pattern in the pacific northwest at least for one or two more days. then it looks like the next storm will move in. today, a huge area of high pressure protecting you. windy in the northern rockies. the downsloping from the mountains and winds blowing offshore will give you a nice warm day today in l.a. i mentioned 94 today. 92 on thursday. just another day in the sun. that's a look at your national forecast. n
towards the coast it looks like we could deal with wet weather. dry in vegas an phoenix. tomorrow it looks similar, but it will slowly improve. we've gone through the worst of the storm. >>> well, now for some entertainment news. ellen degeneres has received the nation's highest humor prize. last night the kennedy center presented her with the mark twain for american humor. degeneres was praised as a pioneering female comic whose edgy variety show has helped define daytime television in recent years. she looks excited. >>> well, there are reports jessica biel ditched the traditional white wedding dress for her vows with justin timberlake in southern italy friday and went with a nontraditional pink and white gown from an italian designer. >>> and finally, tmz reports a plus size dating site has offered singer and coach of "the voice" christina aguilera 3 million bucks to be their spokesman. whether or not aguilera will accept the offer remains to be seen. >>> this comes to us from kpnx, 12 news in phoenix, arizona. american dare devils added some western flair to their imitation of pamplona
news at 6, some shutdowns at the university of phoenix. we will tell you what's going on there. >> lovely traffic on the beltway. soon, you'll be able to pay a toll to move a lot faster. how much will it cost? we learned a lot more about that today. >> 64 degrees and clear skies in arlington. some changes coming our way. temperatures up and down some thunderstorms, too. we will [ mitt romney ] look at the evidence of theast four years. we've got 23 million people out of work or stopped looking for work. they're suffering in this country. the president would prefer raising taxes. the problem wh raising taxes is that it slows downn the rate of growth. i'm not going to raise taxes on anyone because when the economy's growing slow like this, when we're in recession you shouldn't raise taxes on anyone. my plan is to bring down rates to get more people working. my priority is putting people back to work in america. i'm mitt romney and i approve this message. >> we have an update on this project have been seeing under way along the beltway. "the idea is to relieve
ambulances on the ground when you land. passengers on u.s. airways flight from pam at that to phoenix landed in new mexico because the windshield cracked. >> once we touched down it was scarier seeing the windshield and knowing we touched down in what could have been. >> the passengers were reported to be okay. u.s. airways sent another plane to bring the passengers onto phoenix. >>> you want to make sure your kids are safe especially when they are playing outside right near your home. so for many parents, this sign may make sense. it reads warning, you hit my kid, you will be shot. phillip was tired of the speeding cars that went past his house and he says the threat ofviolence is not real but it does get drivers attention. >> it's an extreme message why so extreme. >> i rather you cover a sign a 4 foot ladder versus a tragic incident you know to where somebody lose as child. >> when the sign is out he says drivers do slow down to 25-mile- per-hour speed limit. he adds that he and his wife have not received a lot of support from neighbors. so they have received a lot of support from neighbo
. >> and in the city you see here, it's a rescue of some hikers off cattleback mountain in phoenix. a lot of people go up there to hike and in the summer you hear a about rescues. but this time people are being rescued because they were attacked by bees. as you can see, in this video, they are taking this guy down the mountain. the sad thing is, one hiker fell and died from his injuries from the fall. he fell 150 feet. both of the men that did survive and were taken to hospitals after the rescue had 300 bee stings apiece. >> after they take him out of the lift, you can see them brushing bees off of him presumably. if you notice the firefighters are all covered so they didn't get stung. although one firefighter in the rescue was stung. he did not have to be hospitalized. >> to tell us about the rescue, we have scott mcdonald from the phoenix fire department "right this minute," via skype. how are all the patients doing? >> two of the adult males are in hospital, still. each of them suffered 300 to 400 bee stings. >> where did the bees come from? >> there was three buddies, they were hiking up echo cany
day here in phoenix. >> why was it important to resurrect it? >> serving primary health care of urban indians in phoenix. we're a grass roots organization. there's nothing better than to reach the whole community and starting with the kids. >> tell us a little about that cute little girl. she really wanted to get off that stage. >> yeah, a little scared. when the music started it made her more scared. unfortunately we didn't get to see her skill. at least she survived the moment. >> is it for to get the kids to understand the traditions? >> i think they want to learn them. we're glad to highlight them, living in the city. separated from -- the babies and toddlers the come up wearing traditional outfits. they're just cute and that all we want to see, how cute they are. when we have an opportunity to highlight little kids and the certain talents they have, it's an awesome thing. >>> two things going on in these two videos i'm going to show you. sea life and boats. the first one, a nice little story. i like sea lions and boats. >> me, too. especially when dolphins are involved. these peo
speaking of priorities, coming up in this half hour, from phoenix, arizona, all the way to new york, there's gorgeous homes to sale, from coast to coast. barbara corcoran is going to take us on a tour. >> plus, we're going to be doing a little latin cooking with kristi vega, making her family recipe for meatball soup with special ingredients. >> big week for meatballs around here. >> we love it. can't get enough meatballs and soleil moon frye is back with us to talk about all the important apps and websites that are becoming more and more popular and we should be on them right now. >> lester holt has been sitting here like patiently waiting. >> tick tock. >> i have to get up early tomorrow morning. >> you got up early this morning. >> i know. >> speaking of, tell us what's going on? >> we'll have more. by the end of the day we'll have a lot more reaction and some semblance of what happened with the vice presidential debate in terms of reaction. closer to election day, how did their performances help the respective candidates? we'll talk about that, and we know joy but aer is today's knew i
at the ones with the biggest price gains. detroit and phoenix, and i look at those two cities, and i i think, you know, i might buy in phoenix, but i don't know about detroit. you wonder about the economy there. how do you analyze the two cities? >> the biggest increases year over year are in places rebounding. both phoenix and detroit as well as lots of metros in florida and other parts of the country had huge price declines in the bust, up to 50% down. those are in the places with the biggest rebounds now, but it doesn't mean they are all the same. phoenix is driven by job growth. gerri: that's a good thing. i like to hear that. look at red flags. biggest red flags. you mentioned florida a moment ago. florida, illinois, and new jersey. why should i be weary? >> those are all places where the foreclosure process takes a long time. those are states with a much bigger backlog of foreclosures than just anywhere else in the country. as the foreclosures come on the market, they push prices down. the price gains disappearance. gerri: one of the things so important to the market and what we have n
area. the phoenix area would be in line on this storm. and so we're watching this very, very carefully. we're going to see how the storm continues to move at and this point in time a tornado warning in effect. the statement from the national weather service saying central baltimore county. this storm capable of producing a tornado. now is the time to take cover and not just in -- i want to come to a little different perspective here. this is not just for cockysville towards woods dale farm as the storm moves from southwest to northeast. it may come a little closer to carol manor here. but this part is where we have an active tornado warning. the possibility of a tornado. this is why we're bringing you this live breaking weather coverage if we see the storm lose it's rotation. if we cancel this tornado warning. obviously we'll be back. probably maryland's most powerful radar. you see this notch. that is an area where we have winds coming at the radar. winds moving to the radar south and west. just east of route 83. buried in central baltimore county. so here is a larger look. large stor
. they didn't build porto potties. this is a restroom in yosemite. we discovered these above phoenix. then there's art work which celebrates people doing ordinary but indispensable stuff. this is up at timber line lodge. they were not used to seeing them or getting classes in journalism. they would get people in trouble. sometimes the art or the artist got in trouble. let's look at a few of the structures around california. this is built by the wpa. the noblist motive is the public good. imagine anybody saying that today. this kind of work is a noble endeavor. county courthouses like this one in alameda. city halls all over california in a variety of styles. this one is at burbank. it hasn't been touched. fire stations all over the place. and police stations and armories. this is the police stables in golden gate park and public libraries. and then one at north berkeley. public hospitals. clinics and sanitary. as well as polio people did get tuberculosis. remember that counties were strapped
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this, like phoenix weather. 77 on thursday. 75 on friday. a beautiful week if you have those comp days, use them. >> a nice day for outside. >> for saturday, clouds, sunday watching the potential of sandy. that's an interesting storm that we will talk about. it is possible. >>> we'll be watching, thanks, mike. >>> going to and nice week. >> yes, a great week. let's go through the course of this evening. a bit after chilly feel. 49 in the nighttime and when we wake up 43 degrees. on our way to 70s. we will tweak around for maybe better than 80s, possible. we'll talk about that and tropical troubles in the caribbean. >> will you be busy. >> yes. >>> that's all of the time we have for now. back at 11 right after 666 park avenue. have a good evening evening. ?o?o?oçoíc'; as a pastor, my support for question 6 is rooted in my belief that the government should treat everyone equally. i would not want someone denying my rights based upon their religious views, therefore i should not deny others based upon mine. it's about fairness. this law does not force any church to perform a same sex m
-americana y compartiÓ con romero 12 aÑos de su vida contrario a lo que dice la policÍa de phoenix. que era un padre preocupado por su familia. >>> estaba en la cÁrcel, pero no por cosas malas. >>> lo cierto que el departamento de correcciones de arizona asegura que jodon romero estuvo preso 2 aÑos acusado de delitos graves con armas de fuego. y la versiÓn de la policÍa, es que el pasado viernes despuÉs de robar un automÓvil, se vio envuelto en una persecuciÓn. y cuando se sintiÓ acorralado sacÓ un arma de fuego y la colocÓ en su cabeza y apreto el gatillo. >>> por mÁs que el presentador de noticias narraba la persecuciÓn intento cortar la transmisiÓn. no pudo evitar que esta familia, presencie lo que ningÚn hijo quisiera ver en televisiÓn. >>> los familiares de romero no descartan una demanda legal en contra de la cadena de televisiÓn que transmitio estafa sal persecuciÓn. el presidente editorial de fox news, fue un error humano. cuando se hacen estas coberturas, los medios de comunicaciÓn transmiten las imÁgenes del helicÓptero con 5 segundos. para evitar que cuando ocurr
on the mound today. so kind of like phoenix rising out of the ashes. you have to think it's all good karma. >> and she survived a life-threatening disease and wrote a song about it. ♪ i want to know >> now she's a youtube hit. next a ten-year old bay area singing sensation tells her remarkable story to abc7 news. >> i want to hear more of that. she do you understand great. >> and a city that could use more parking is about to get less. a plan to help bicyclists maneuver through san francisco. >> and the surprising vitamins, why they every time someone chooses finish over cascade, it sparks a movement. because people can't keep it to themselves. look ! no ugly spots ! awesome! incredible shine. i'm switching for good. love, love, love finish! over a million people have switched to finish. try finish free. visit us on facebook. >> thought we would start with our local forecast and show you how warm million be today. 70s along the coast, 80s for most of us and a few 90s popping up in the east bay valleys. as far as around the country, it's going to be a cool one, especially around the great
know, this is a more exciting opportunity than most. >>> the warriors defeated the phoenix suns, 107-92, at oracle arena in their final preseason game. they're 6-2, this preseason behind rick can i harrison barnes. they open on halloween night in phoenix. [ woman ] ring. ring. progresso. in what world do potatoes, bacon and cheese add up to 100 calories? your world. ♪ [ whispers ] real bacon... creamy cheese... 100 calories... [ chef ] ma'am [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. of green giant vegetables it's easy to eat like a giant... ♪ and feel like a green giant. ♪ ho ho ho ♪ green giant >>> well, this is one of those baseball coincidences. jeremy affeldt has three sons. his one son was born when he was with the rockies. they went to the world. and then, in 2010, the giants went to the world series. and mrs. affeldt delivered her third son and the giants are in the world series again. >> she better keep having babies. >> thanks for joining us. >> we'll see you tomorrow. bye-bye. ♪ i'd like to thank eating right, whole grain, multigrain cheerios! my bo
sillas >> esta pasajera está tratandod e divertirse en phoenix mientras llega a casa >> muchos vuelos desde el mundo también fueron cancelados ahora dependemos de el huracán sandy y todos esperamso reanudar mañana desde phoenix >> muchas gracias y al mal tiempo buena cara una mala situación para las personas >> así es el presidente barack obama habló y tuvo que suspender su campaña para ir washington alentado a millones que tendrán fatales consecuencias >> la capítal del estados unidos oblicó suspender servicio de transporte público >> hay alerta en virginia y el candidato a la presidencia mitt romney anuló todos sus compromisos >> aunque no eestamos en el ojo del huracan estamsoe n vivo con imágenes >> buenas tardes el huracán sandy causa estragos en el mar el huracán sandy hizo que millones de personas enfrentaran el crucero cuando navegaban por miami además de inundarse se moviweron objertos la compañía disney dara descuentos para los pasajeron la guardia costera también tuvo que ayudar en carolina del norte el huracán sandy produjo tormentas de nieve y en otras
, or send us an e-mail to the university of phoenix is cutting hundreds of jobs. facebook is making some changes. jane king has the bloomberg business report. >> facebook is changing things up again to attract new users and boost revenue. they are making the site more secure for users. they are responsible for and an enormous amount of personal data. new visual layouts on l in.inkinked the dow soared more than 100 points yesterday. there was easing concern over europe's financial problems. the bloomberg maryland index was up. the university of phoenix is closing 25 campuses and cutting 800 jobs. they have several locations in maryland. halloween is upon us. the 20 best cities for trick-or- treating. the best city for trick-or- treating is san francisco. baltimore cayman 20th on the list -- baltimore came in 20 if list. listh on the at the new york stock exchange, i'm jane king, bloomberg news, for wbal-tv 11 news. >> 20 is not bad. the yankees have yet to win a game since beating the orioles. >> here is a look at last night's winning maryland lottery numbers. >>
reports for the early release. >>> university of phoenix will shut down more than 100 of its campuses around the country and lay off 800 employees. 13,000 students expected to be impacted by that. they'll either have to attend classes at another campus if one is nearby or continue their studies online. a vast majority, 70% of phoenix students, already do their course work on the web. >>> it may not be what you want to hear, but the official start of winter now just about two months away, and forecasters are already making their predictions. the national oceanic and atmospheric administration says the west will have a dryer, milder winter which could intensify the drought. here in the east, they say be ready for anything. they say it could be mild like last winter or be very wet and cold. let's go mild. >> i guess that's not an exact science. >> no. >> they're okay either way apparently. >> storm team 4 meteorologist tom kierein is here. you've given us a similar warning this winter might not be as pleasant as last winter was for some people. >> a little slower based on an el nino patt
be fun to watch. who knows. >> stay with us this morning. a university of phoenix students are going to be getting some not so good news. why the school decided to close some sites and how many students could be affected by the move. >>> also ahead this morning, we heard how bad overweight can be on your health but a study on your weight could impact gas mileage. >>> we have clouds around this morning but showers back off towards e west. i will tell you if and when these showers arrive. those details coming up. >>> lin knelt, the traffic is starting to slow down at the harrisburg expressway at warren road. a crash on 95. all of the details coming up on good morning maryland. >>> october 17, wednesday morning. thank you very much for joining us. this sur abc 2 news to go. i'm megan pring am. >> i'm charley krause. we kick it off with a check of the forecast. >> we have our meteorologist here, lin internet? >> how are you doing? >> chilly out there this morning. but we are dry. so we can look at the current setup right now. the radar is looking pretty good this morning. but as we pull
to be up 10% over the next six months. phoenix, scottsdale, 10.7, vegas you just said to 9.5%, san francisco, this is, to me, such great news. to see these markets coming off their bottoms. is there anything besides the looming fiscal crisis here that might derail us? another recession that a lot of economists are talking about? >> several factors are involved. certainly the fiscal cliff is part of the story. if that happens and unemployment creeps back up again, then we have more structural problems that go well beyond housing. certainly it will be addressed. you are right, those beings that we are seeing and projecting through the first quarter of 2013, they need to be taken into context. it is good news and certainly going up is better than going down. but the key is that a lot of these markets, phoenix, miami, tucson, las vegas, all of these markets were severely hit during the downturn. this double-digit growth that is projecting the prices. [talking over each other] gerri: i think it's a great thing. mark, let me turn to you for a second. you said that home prices are up its%
business is a local business. you can go into certain markets like phoenix where people criticize phoenix for years and years and talk about how the press it is and we have done well because we on the right properties sell our business is a local business. retail is a local business and it depends how you merchandize your center. you could be in some tough markets but if you have target and bed bath and beyond, wal-mart and kohl's you will do well. liz: there is a mall where a live in new jersey and bears the bed bath and beyond, barnes and noble, couldn't stay there. they had to back out. to awhile until a craft store opened. i want to know who is not signing in your world? j.c. penney or seres? >> we have had few tenants not re-signed. that is related to the quality of the portfolio. we are having problems with renewing tenants where there is a low level of quality in your portfolio and they use leverage to say let me payless rent. liz: what about bed bath and beyond? >> big box power centers tenants are making money but not leaving. they are not leaving because nothing new is being bui
at this satellite view of phoenix's night temperatures, where yellow areas are the hottest. the difference between phoenix and a neighboring rural town is about 11 degrees. and making all that worse is the fact that scientists have seen a rise in surface temperature in the last century worldwide. by looking at data from urban and rural areas, land and sea, they've been able to account for local impacts including weather stations near heat retaining structures. that is, they know that chicago is hotter-- and not just because of all those buildings. thomas peterson is a climatologist with the national oceanic and atmospheric administration. >> we look at temperatures at rural stations and we look at temperatures at urban stations. we see if they are showing the same thing in the long-term trend-- variability and change-- and they are showing the same thing in our record, both in the u.s. record and in the global record. once we account for the different factors that impact temperature at a particular location, we see that the temperature in urban sites is warming at about the same rate as the temper
the west coast. yesterday, it was once again in the hundreds in phoenix. this little shade of pink in here. it was 93 in downtown l.a., 97 in vegas. even san francisco was very warm around san francisco and napa, all the way back to sacramento this weekend. it will be warm again today. not really a cloud in site here. this big huge area of high pressure overhead, plenty of sunshine. some areas where the mountain terrain was just right. we should see near record highs today. l.a., 101, one of the hottest days we've seen this year on october around the century mark. in yuma, that's like mid summer heat, 108. >>> it looks like the month of august, predictions are for a pretty warm october all through the west. >> crazy. 101 in l.a.? >> they need rain. the northwest had one of the driest septembers ever. >> i'll take the sunshine any day. i know they need it. >>> a new quarter begins, pump prices fall. bonnie and clyde's guns go for anything but a steal. your early morning business headlines straight ahead. >>> plus, baby, baby, baby, an unbelievable incident at the beginning of justin bieber'
't deliver on. >>> milestone for the . >>> most of the country in the 60s and 70s 103 phoenix, 80 portland, 71 seattle. airports you can see all on time severe weather in atlanta could back up. without the clouds here not expecting delays in san francisco, oakland or san jose. >>> 4:48. fundraiser was held yesterday for the family of fallen chp officer kenyon youngstrom killed during a traffic stop on i-680 in alamo earlier this month. the support has been tremendous. >> the community outreach because eye done this, has just been unbelievable. i've had people pledge cash. we've got a website with the fallen heroes organization. we work closely with for a long time here in alamo. >> the restaurant owner is urging people who want to support youngstrom's widow and four children to drop off donations at the restaurant. >>> president obama and mitt romney are preparing for this week's high profile debate. mr. obama is at a resort in nevada, mitt romney has practice planned in massachusetts. tahman bradley with more on how they are handling expectations. >> reporter: president obama and mitt rom
executives in the league. most recently he spent nine years with the phoenix suns and was president and ceo for the last two seasons, also served for 17 years at the nba league office in new york and rose through the ranks to become the league's third in command. we're going to -- i'm going to spend a lot more time on rick welts wonderful resume. i'm going to let him tell us about the wonderful and exciting plans for the golden state warriors here in san francisco. so please welcome rick welts of the golden state warriors. [ applause ] [ applause ] >> we all know where we're in the program right now. this is the time when you are look at your watch and figuring out how am i going to get to the restroom or how do i make that 10:00 apilot that i wish i hadn't made? here is the deal. i can't talk quite as fast as joe. [ laughter ] but this is going to be eight minutes. here are you are alternatives. i have stationed the entire warrior's season ticket staff at the door. [ laughter ] >> thank you to the business times, mary, thank you. thank you for the kind words from mayor lee, supervisor
come up from the flames. we are a phoenix. we have come back once and twice. when the next disaster hits, we will come back quickly again. using the newç framework to put meat on the bones, what does that mean? what do we need to think about today in advance in each of these recovery support functions? what questions do we have to ask today to begin to pull our partners in? do we begin to pull those folks in that we need, the leaders from the groups? the nonprofits, the hospitality industry, the lifeline council. we need to be at the table today asking the disposal -- asking the difficult questions and figuring out how we will respond and recover quickly in the future. it is not enough to be talking about advanced mitigation and response. that is what the emergency planners traditionally do. we really have to put recovery on the table now. we have done a lot of work in san francisco on community planning and capacity building. we have this lifelines' council. one of the examples, one of the few things he did not mention, is that we created a branch in our emergency operations cent
, phoenix house center on addiction and the family new york, new york. fran, what is the definition of family within our society currently? that's a very good question. family has changed, the definition. we used to think of family as two parents living in a house with two children and probably a pet or two. now, we have a wide variety of families. we have families that are one parent, single parent, being raised by friends, being raised by grandparents, relatives of all sorts. the good thing about that is it brings the ability of a lot of diversity, a lot of ethnic cultures are different, and i think that across america we have a lot better chance to have families describe themselves in the way that is most comfortable for them. and, nancy, it goes even beyond that. it goes into same sex parenting. it goes into a whole host of other issues, correct? yeah, and i think what's important is, as fran just said, you know, it's how the individual defines for themselves who is their family. you know, i am the adopted mother of two children and i have also biological children and i have a s
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